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Princess Fairytale Hall

 

 

 

Right behind Cinderella Castle in the middle of the new Fantasyland there is a great new place where you can meet a real Diseny Princess. It's called Princess Fairytale Hall. That's right, there is now one central place where you can meet and talk to some of the most love characters Disney has ever developed.

 

 

 

 

Here's the story, Disney Princesses are coming to join Cinderella in greeting all her guests. They have all come to the hall to say hello and spend some quality time with us. How cool is that?

Princess Fairytale Hall

The Princess Fairytale Hall outsidePhoto by WDW Shutterbug

Location

Princess Fairytale Hall was part of the Fantasyland Expansion that happened in 2014. This attraction is right across from Prince Charming's Regal Carousel. It is located in the Castle Courtyard.

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The entrance area of Princess Fairytale HallPhoto by WDW Shutterbug

Waiting Area

As you walk up to the entrance you can go into one of two areas. The first area will take you to meet Rapunzel and the other visiting Princesses. The second takes you to meet Cinderella and her royal guests.

 

Before getting into the hall you will notice the stained glass windows that features a character from Cinderella. Once you are in the hall there are over the top decorations. These include iron gates, chandeliers, banners telling stories, and tall arches.

 

After winding through a long line that is in the air conditioning you will see pictures of each princess: Auroa (Sleeping Beauty), Jasmine, Tiana, Mulan, Snow White, and Rapunzel.

 

The last thing you will see is Cinderella's glass slipper which in on display.

Anna and Elsa

Elsa and Anna in their greeting room at Princess Fairytale HallPhoto by WDW Shutterbug

The Attraction

When you get to end of the line a cast member will direct you into the room to meet the Princess you chose when you got in line. The room on the right is for the visiting princess and is decorated with warm colors. Cinderella’s room is on the left and decorated in the traditional blue from the movie. Rapunzel is also featured in Cinderella’s room.

 

The visiting room features Anna and Elsa from the movie Frozen, along with the other visiting princess. The popularity of the Frozen movie forced some changes including moving these two Princesses from Epcot to the Magic Kingdom. It also changed the opening procedures at the Magic Kingdom.

Sir Mickey's is on the left

Sir Mickey's is the exit to Princess Fairytale HallPhoto by WDW Shutterbug

Post Show

After meeting the Princesses you will be ushered into Sir Mickey’s. In anticipation of the arrival of the Frozen Princesses, the store has stocked up on Frozen Merchandise.

These two have stolen the show

Anna and Elsa BalloonPhoto by WDW Shutterbug

Dad's Ride Information Table

Princess Fairytale Hall

Description: Meet and Greet area for Disney Princesses
Height Requirement - none Fastpass:Yes Length of Ride: about 5 minutes
Type of ride: Meet and greet

Dad's Ratings

Toddlers
Pre-Teens
Teens
Adults
Grandparents
4 G-5 B-3 G-4 B-2 M-5 D-3 5

Meeting Princesses can be a totally different experience for girls and boys. Girls love them (G, M) and boys not so much (B, D).

Fastpass

FastPass is available for this attraction. The FastPass’s go very quickly for this area, since this is the only area to meet select Princesses.

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With Wait times like these you might want a FastPass

Wait times can get pretty high at Princess Fairytale HallPhoto by WDW Shutterbug

Needed Information

Guests can stay in their wheelchair for this attraction.

The Happy Couple everyone is coming to see

Prince Charming and Cinderella are who all the Princesses are coming to seePhoto by Mike Billick

History

Princess Fairytale Hall is in the location formerly known as Snow White's Scary Adventure which was closed down. This new meet and greet area opened on September 18,2013.

 

Dad's Bottom Line

This attraction has become the most popular attraction in the Magic Kingdom (and that's saying something) since Anna and Elsa moved in. 5 hour lines are typical for Anna and Elsa. You might want to do all you can to get a FastPass if you are planning to see the Frozen Princesses.

Come on Dad, your daughter will never forget it.